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Local officials can soon expect a second phase of state support grants to be used for recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Loudon County Solid Waste Disposal Commission members were given the chance June 8 to speak with Republic Services following the Santek Waste …
Advertisements and sponsorships sparked debated during Loudon Utilities Board’s workshop Monday.
Lenoir City Board of Education rejected Thursday all bids for beverage services.
Officers arrested a Sevierville man June 8 for contributing to the delinquency of a runaway minor.
Three local Covenant Medical Group clinics were recently recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical H…
The old McCall-Kerr Hardware Company store in downtown Greenback will soon be the site of the revamped Greenback Heritage Museum.
For nearly two decades, vehicles old and new have rumbled into the First Baptist Church in Lenoir City parking lot on the second Saturday in June.
A Philadelphia family involved in a horrific wreck last week on Interstate 75 is getting help from their small, tight-knit community.
Fort Loudoun Middle and Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle schools have joined a handful other state schools in receiving the STEM designation.
More than 100 volunteers worked Saturday at Central United Methodist Church in Lenoir City to fight world hunger.
Food preparers from both local school systems are providing hundreds of youth healthy, wholesome meals during summer break.
An estimated 6,500 visitors packed Lenoir City Park over the weekend in celebration of the 59th annual Lenoir City Arts & Crafts Festival.
Cornerstone of Recovery hosted Saturday at Greenback Presbyterian Church a community event in hopes of educating residents and faith leaders a…
Vacation Bible Schools are returning to the community following a tough 2020.
Loudon County’s Poplar Springs Landfill project is moving along as the county and state continue to monitor the location.
Loudon County Board of Education is planning and hoping for a somewhat normal school year for 2021-22.
Loudon County Commission is mere weeks from voting on a “good” 2021-22 fiscal year budget.
When Julie Tate began a personal exercise journey in 2014, she had no idea she would end up inspiring over 100 Loudon residents to grow in the…
Although rain was forecast for much of Sunday, that didn’t stop area boaters from supporting veterans during the seventh annual BoatRides4Vets.
The LoCo Drive-In movie theater is just weeks from opening in Loudon’s Centre 75 Business Park.
Multiple injuries have been reported after a wreck involving a tractor-trailer and two vehicles closed down all lanes of travel on Interstate …
Local schools are preparing for an influx of summer students hoping to make up for lost time caused by the pandemic.